- Name: Virtual II 7.5.2
- Total Size: 29.30 MB
- Created on: Fri Feb 6 13:45:45 2015
- Tracker: http://22.214.171.124:2710/announce
Name: Virtual ][
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.6 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: Intel
RAM minimum: N/A
Video RAM: N/A
1. Enter your desired email into the keymaker and press
"Generate". You *MUST* generate a code before proceeding.
2. Press "Patch" and direct it to Virtual ][ app.
3. Run Virtual ][ and register with the same details as above.
Note: The license code is written to a whitelist file found inside the app's resources folder. If you want to change the license details after patching, it's fine to patch again. You'll get a message that the app is already patched but it will still update the whitelist. The patch in this version of the key maker should work on all past and future versions.
What's new in version 7.5.2:
Fixed an issue that could cause the virtual procesor to get stuck in an endless loop.
The right arrow key did not work correctly when used for game control. This has been fixed.
Courtesy of C.O.R.E.
Emulates the Apple ][, ][+ and //e
Supports USB game pad and joystick
Store a running machine and resume later on
Epson FX-80 and Imagewriter II emulation
Many configurable peripheral cards
Realistic sound effects, including Mockingboard emulation
Convert original Apple II diskettes
Index your Apple II disk images
Debug Apple II programs
Virtual ][ lets you play the old Apple games, because it supports all graphics modes, lets you control the game paddles with a USB game pad or mouse and emulates the internal speaker. When you want to temporarily interrupt gameplay, Virtual ][ allows you to save the entire virtual machine, and continue later on from where you left off.
But Virtual ][ also supports more "serious" software, because it emulates many peripheral devices: floppy disk, hard disk, mouse, serial port, matrix printer, even cassette tape! It also emulates the Z80A processor, allowing you to run the CP/M operating system.
And for the technically inclined: you can configure the machine by "inserting" and "removing" emulated peripheral cards, change the CPU speed, or even install your own emulated character generator ROM. The "Inspector" feature allows you to closely observe the behavior of the emulated machine and debug Apple II programs.
If you have original diskettes and a working Apple II, Virtual ][ can help you convert the diskettes to the Mac, even if they are "copy protected".
The program automatically indexes all Apple II disk images on your Mac, so you can find an Apple II file instantly, by entering its name.
You can download an evaluation version and try the program first. If you like the program, you can buy a license and fully enjoy the nostalgic fun of the old Apple ][ computer.
More information: http://www.virtualii.com